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Papers: Album of photographs and documents of CDR A.H. Cherry, RNVR; two CDs of HMS veterans and RNVR Event, Royal NavyCollege, June 20, 2004 and files of Dietrich-Berryman; Draft typescript of Passport Not Required by Eric Dietrich-Berryman, et al.; and siz books.
Letters sent and received; Loyalty oath, prize reports, naval orders for Acting Master, USN, who served in various ships during 1861–1863 and in the East Gulf Blockading Squadron, then retired on disability; Letters sent and received regarding request for increase in disability pension, 1888–1898.
Admiral Donald J. Ramsey (1903-1968) was a 1924 graduate of the United States Naval Academy and received his law degree from George Washington University in 1939. This collection consists of papers and order books belonging to Admiral Donald J. Ramsey detailing his service in the navy. Of particular interest are Captain’s night order books that detail Ramsey’s experience as commander of the USS Hughes during the battles of Guadalcanal and Midway in 1942.
Papers related to the career of ADM Donald L. Pilling. This collection is unprocessed.
BUPERS Orders, 1964-1972; Fitness Reports, 1969-1973 (Copies); Service Record; Correspondence, letters sent and received, 1964, 1966-1968, 1970-1972; USS Wrangell (AE-12), WESTPAC and Around the World Cruise, 1965-1966; USNA Class of 1943 25 years later book; Naval Commissions, 1960, 1965; Change of Command Program, n.d.; Photograph, n.d.
File on USS Saratoga including correspondence, memoranda, reports and photographs; Naval War College staff presentations on aviation and USS Saratoga, 1939–1944; Miscellany, including notes, books and lists of slides.
Personal diaries, 1940-1944, kept during college days at Bucknell University and during officer training and active duty with comments on his naval training and experiences.
Binder of naval orders, certificates, correspondence and newspaper clippings, 1961-1986; copies of diplomas, certificates and invitations, 1961-1986; Blueprint of hydofoil research ship, DOD Plaque, 1979, Name Tags and metal emblems.
Holograph letterbooks of unofficial letters regarding the design and patent of the Dunn Anchor and financial matters, 1889–1897, 1897–1900; Photograph album, including views of the U.S. Naval Academy and of Montevideo, Uruguay, and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1873–1882.
Correspondence, including official memoranda regarding damage to USS Pigeon, 1939, and disposition of Japanese naval vessels, 1948; Published article, 1952; Imprints, including anniversary books, bulletins, histories and reports, 1942-1952; Photographs of ships, ship models, group and individual portraits, 1939-1966; Blueprints of ships, including USS WASP.